Suck Stuff | Rough Times Ahead

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Metal/Punk: British Punk Rock: Punk Moods: Featuring Guitar
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Rough Times Ahead

by Suck Stuff

No gimmicks, no frills just pure punk rock and loads of fun.
Genre: Metal/Punk: British Punk
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1. Epilogue (city Rebels 2)
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2. Tu-hon
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3. When We`re Down There
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4. The Chosen One
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5. Outlaw
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3:15 $0.99
6. Wrong Judgements
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7. This Wasteland
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8. Rough Times Ahead
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9. Holiday On Tour
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10. Where I Belong
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Album Notes
“Rough Times Ahead” will be a unique album not because Suck Stuff is from Korea and not because the band is made of ¾ Koreans and ¼ American it is because they have packed this album with their influences of punk rock, rockabilly, country and rock and roll while paying homage to the forefathers of punk and rock and roll. One listen and fans of The Clash, US Bombs, Steve Earle, Social Distortion and ACDC will find something that they will like. Bands like Suck Stuff’s is a rare breed nowadays that only those who truly know and love the early days of punk rock and rock and roll will be capable of doing such kind of music. They have been rocking for already six years and their high caliber twin guitar work, alternate vocal deliveries that harmonizes and screams in the right place, driving bass lines and aggressive drum works have made them one of the front runners of the Korean punk scene. In this times that emo have infected the scene and it taught the kids that being sad is a cool thing to do, Suck Stuff will teach them on how to have fun and how to appreciate good music once more. No gimmicks, no frills just pure punk rock and loads of fun.


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this album is outstanding, particularly 'where i belong' and the hidden last track.